Threatened by climate change, Tuvalu is seeking to assert its continued existence as a sovereign state by establishing itself as a nation that can exist digitally.
The federal government's investment in improving positioning accuracy to the centimetre level is on track to add $500m to GDP by end-FY38.
Five Indigenous Australian university students are headed to the US for an internship with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
NSW's land use technology platform Land iQ has received an $11 million funding injection from both the state and federal governments.
An Australian program funded through DFAT is making waves globally, empowering female athletes in Indonesia and increasing exposure to STEM fields.
DCS Spatial Services and NEMA, together with the Department of Home Affairs, have been recognised with Special Achievement in GIS Awards.
An online platform that lets users create accurate maps to inform decisions about resource development projects has been selected as a Eureka Prize finalist.
How can agencies and communities use data to enhance and strengthen capability? By using AI to transform location data into location intelligence.
South Australia's sole electricity distributor, SA Power Networks, has employed new technology to assess network damage and risk in extreme weather events.
In our annual Leaders in Technology series, we ask the experts what the year ahead holds. Today we talk with Geoscape's Dean Capobianco.
Finding accessible parking across Sydney streets and car parks is now easier thanks to the Park'nPay Accessibility Portal.
A new machine learning prototype developed by UNSW researchers can help predict neighbourhood change and the subsequent socio-economic impacts.
A new space supply chain mapping tool has been announced, showcasing the capabilities of the burgeoning Australian and UK space sectors.
Dr Michele Allan AO has been appointed Chair of Australia's leading space research centre, SmartSat Cooperative Research Centre.
Curtain University researchers are using NVIDIA 3D imaging technology to create museum exhibits for an Australian and a German battleship which both sank in WWII.